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The All Saints Catholic School community is very grateful for what we share,

three unique parishes that come together to educate our children through our faith
 Holy Family Parish        Sacred Heart Cathedral            St. Alphonsus Parish

Check out this article in the Catholic Messenger about
 All Saints!

Arsenal’s Audie Murphy Club donates computers, time to All Saints

K-2 Field Day
Thank you to our parents, teachers, and
our friends from the Rock Island Arsenal
that helped with our field day at Marquette Park.
All the students in grades
Kindergarten to 2nd grade loved it!
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5th-7th Grade Students enjoyed field day at the Niabi Zoo.
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2nd Grade First Communion Celebration Mass
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We had our scout mass as SHC this past Sunday. 

Four of our Boy Scouts served the mass. 

Our 7 Wolf scouts earned their Light of Christ medal. 

Rock Island Arsenal donates 78

computers to local area school.

The Department of Defense Computers for Learning Program is alive and well at Rock Island Arsenal, Illinois as demonstrated April 15 when All Saints Catholic School of Davenport, Iowa became the most recent recipient.

RIA Computers for Learning program helps schools, charities

Highlights from Catholic Schools Week 2014
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Spelling Bee
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Katie & Victoria will participate in the Regional Dispatch/Argus Spelling Bee at Augustana  College in Rock Island on February 26, 2014.

Advent Prayer Service
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During Advent, we will start each Monday in the gym with a prayer service and the lighting of our Advent Wreaths.  

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On Saturday, October 19th, 15 students spent the day at the Scott County Courthouse participating in the Iowa State Bar Association Mock Trial competition.  All Saints had 2 teams of 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students.  They presented a criminal case as prosecution and then defense.

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Students at All Saints Catholic School participated in Live Healthy Iowa on Oct. 9 by walking a mile outside on the playground.  Middle School students paired up with elementary students to walk around out track.  Thank you to our teachers and students for helping making Iowa one of the healthiest states in the nation.

Blessing of the Pets
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The All Saints Catholic School Community participated in a Blessing of the Pets Prayer Service on Oct. 4th.  Several parents brought family pets and students who couldn't have pets come brought their favorite stuffed animals to receive a blessing from Father Rich.

These students were provided with a band instrument through a grant from the HAVlife Foundation. Started in memory of Hunter Aaron Vondran, HAVlife is a Not For Profit organization that was established to fund the resources students need to pursue their musical aspirations and athletic goals.

This year's library theme is a campground.  Students can sit around the campfire or read books in a tent.

Student Council Speeches
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 8th Grade Students made speeches after Mass.  K-8 students will vote for president, vice president, and secretary.

The 8th Grade students visited Camp Shalom

on August 15th.

Camp Shalom  By Payton 

Camp Shalom was a blast!!! All the 8th graders went on this amazing trip get to know each other and do some class bonding. Some of the activities we played were atomic volleyball, whale watching, climbing the great wall, rock wall climbing, and zip lining. My favorite activity was doing the hebejebe which is pretty much a tight rope but you get an additional rope to hold onto. We all learned that communication is such an important part of our lives. Without communication everyone would struggle in life. You can visit Camp Shalom during the summer and stay for 5 days, it's about a 45 minute drive from Davenport in Maqouketa IA.

Camp Shalom by Anna

The eighth graders did many fun activities at Camp Shalom in Maquoketa on August 15. They played games such as atomic volleyball and trains where they had to learn to communicate without actually speaking. They did low ropes and had to lift the whole team up the “Great Wall of China” as they called it, where they had to use their teamwork skills. Also, the eighth grade did the high ropes where they did the zip line and the rock wall. Some even did another activity where they climbed up a pole with a thing hooked onto them to keep them safe, then they walked across a little rope to get to the other side. Overall, it was just a fantastic day for the eighth grade class!

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Now enrolling for Preschool and K-8 for the 2014-2015 school year. 
 Please call the office at 563-324-3205
2014 - 2015 Tuition
If you have not returned your registration slip for next year, please do so as soon as possible.  Thank you to everyone who has already sent the form in with the $100 registration fee.  We appreciate your promptness.

2014-2015 Family Tuition Plan Application

2014-2015 Dress Code
2014-2015 Supply List

American Legion Awards-

5th Graders Sean Thompson and Luke Heinrichs

received awards for their essays entitled

“What the American Flag Means to Me”at the American Legion banquet that was held on April 14, 2014. 

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8th grade science students went to the Scott Area Recycling Center in Davenport to learn about the recycling process of how waste material from their home  is hand and mechanically sorted, crushed, baled and marketed. They saw products that are made from recycled materials and products that are refashioned for another purpose.
Following the recycling center, they went to the ATEEC Lab in Davenport.  ATEEC stands for Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center.  They did a scavenger hunt to learn about energy and ways to cut down on energy use. They used model wind turbines to create enough power to light an LED light and a buzzer.  They also made a quiz board where they applied their knowledge of electrical circuits to light up the board when they got the right answer to their questions.  This was a fun and learning-filled day.

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8th Grader Tyler Malone is working on building special stages for rooms with Smart Boards.  These stages will help students reach the upper parts of the boards.  Mrs. Parchert’s class was excited to try out the stages with Tyler. 

Fun Night News

A special THANK YOU to
Dr Pepper, Kevin O'Neill, All AroundTown Outdoor Service, and Kona Ice for their support of our Fun Night.  Also St Mary's parish donated all of the desserts to go with the meal!  Thank you to all the parishioners at Holy Family, Sacred Heart, St. Anthony, and St. Alphonsus for helping out with other special donations. 

Thank you to 8th grader Colin Hayes for taking pictures of all the fun!

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(Helping Everyone Remember Others’ Exceptional Self-Worth)



H.E.R.O.E.S. is a proactive school wide anti-bullying program that is designed to empower both the target and the bystander in bullying situations. In this program, students are recognized and rewarded for what they are doing (actions they take and words they say) to reduce bullying problems when they arise.

The slogan for the H.E.R.O.E.S. program is “I have a voice and I WILL use it!” We want students to stand up for themselves and others so when they are courageous enough to do so, they will be recognized and rewarded. It is our hope that as students take a stand for themselves and for others, their actions will positively impact the social climate in our school thus creating an atmosphere that is welcoming, supportive and safe for all.



Each classroom will be given a H.E.R.O.E.S. chart. Each time a student takes a noticeable stand for themselves or for another person, they will be given a star on the H.E.R.O.E.S. chart. Once a student receives five stars on the H.E.R.O.E.S. chart, they earn an out of uniform day. In addition to the star on the chart, they will also receive a H.E.R.O.E.S. card. The H.E.R.O.E.S. card has the student’s name and what heroic action they performed to stop or deescalate a bullying incident. That H.E.R.O.E.S. card will be placed in the H.E.R.O.E.S. box outside the main office and entered into a monthly drawing called the H.E.R.O.E.S.’ SPOTLIGHT. Each month, one H.E.R.O.E.S. card will be drawn from the box and read over the PA during morning announcements. That student will receive a $5 Whitey’s gift card.



It is our hope that as we celebrate students taking a stand, that will encourage them to do it more often. Students will no longer just watch others be hurt or belittled. They will constantly be reminded that they have a voice and they can use it. Their ability to speak up will also make it more difficult for others to bully because now students will confront them about it, instead of suffering in silence.

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Buy Bernie Bucks Online:

Bernie Bucks cards can be ordered online at shopwithscrip.com and our school will get credit for your purchase if you use the code 5E394B3B7793. You can still send an order in to the school office or stop in yourself to see what we have.

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